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This blog will delve into the cultural and entertainment aspects of folklorico music and dance of Mexico. It also will host the show notes to the podcast titled "Arriba! Folkorico music and dance of Mexico."
 
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This is the podcast about the history of Mexican folklorico dance and music from the Pre-Columbian era to the modern day. This will have not only descriptions and samples of the different pieces from different regions and eras, but also live interviews with the musicians and artists that have been involved with Mexican folklorico music and dance. In particular, mariachi musical groups, trios and other bands will be discussed.
 
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In this episode, we explore the region of the Huasteca and the musical genre of the Huapango.The Huasteca region consists of:- the southern part of the state of Tamaulipas;- the northern part of the state of Veracruz;- the state of San Luis Potosi;- the state of Hidalgo- the state of Queretaro- the state of PueblaWe introduce the section by the ...…
 
In this episode of Arriba! Folklorico Music and Dance of Mexico, we travel to the South of Mexico on the Pacific waters, stretching along the coast to the northern part of the Isthmus of Tehuantepec. The state of Oaxaca has one of the largest populations of native indigenous tribes, or "indios" as the Latin Americans call them. Of the seven maj ...…
 
In this episode of Arriba! Folklorico Music and Dance of Mexico, we travel to the South of Mexico on the Pacific waters, stretching along the coast to the northern part of the Isthmus of Tehuantepec. The state of Oaxaca has one of the largest populations of native indigenous tribes, or "indios" as the Latin Americans call them.Of the seven majo ...…
 
In this episode of Arriba! Folklorico Music and Dance of Mexico, we explore the idyllic region in Southwestern Mexico, the land of the Tarascan indigenous tribes--the Tarascos-- the state of Michoacan.The Tarascan tribes are a people that feel that they have never been subjugated by the Spaniards--although their land was occupied. Like other in ...…
 
In this episode of Arriba! Folklorico Music and Dance of Mexico, we explore the idyllic region in Southwestern Mexico, the land of the Tarascan indigenous tribes--the Tarascos-- the state of Michoacan. The Tarascan tribes are a people that feel that they have never been subjugated by the Spaniards--although their land was occupied. Like other i ...…
 
In this epioside of Arriba! Folklorico Music and Dance of Mexico, we deliver a 4-minute promo podcast episode IN SPANISH to promote the upcoming event called a "Podcamp." Yes, it is that time of year again. The second annual Podcamp (or Podcast unconference) will be held in San Antonio, Texas, on May 3, 2008. We will represent this podcast seri ...…
 
In this episode of Arriba! Folklorico music and dance of Mexico, we focus in detail on the musical corridos and polkas of the Mexican Revolution of 1910 (Revolucion Mexicana). The beginning of this podcast starts with Show Janitzio performing a portion of the polka called Jesusita en Chihuahua. This podcast episode ends with 2 complete songs pe ...…
 
In this episode of Arriba! Folklorico Music and Dance of Mexico, we go further into the discussion of the grenres of the Romantic music of the Golden Age (Siglo de Oro) of Mexican Music during the 1950s and 1960s with the troubador group (los trios) called Show Janitzio. The interview is conducted live at Estela's Restaurant in San Antonio, Tex ...…
 
In this episode of Arriba! Folklorico Music and Dance Of Mexico, we have an interview with the 4 musicians that comprise SHOW JANITZIO, a musical troubador group that specializes in the romantic ballads of the Golden Age of Mexican Music in the 1950's and 1960's. However, this trio and quartet also show their flexibility by being able to play a ...…
 
This episode covers the music and dance of the Isthmus of Tehuantepec in Mexico--in particular, the state of Chiapas and the sound of the marimba. In this episode of Arriba! Folklorico Music and Dance of Mexico, we discuss the costume of the Chamula tribe in Chiapas and some of the older folklorico dances in the state of Chiapas--el Jibali, el ...…
 
Imagine it to be the late 15th Century or early 16th Centruy -- a time before the year 1519, before the arrival of the Spaniards to Mexico. It is a cool and breezy afternoon in the central highland plateau of Mexico. It is possibly the afternoon of the equinox, a religious feast day of tremendous magnitude in the religion of the people that inh ...…
 
This posting, along with an episode from another podcast in which I was interviewed, may seem to digress a bit from our pure episodes of Mexican folklorico music and culture. But because the first part of the interview dealt with this podcast series, I have included it as an espisode, thanks to Victor Cajiao and his podcast series, Immigration ...…
 
In this episode, we explore the Eastern coast of the Gulf of Mexico, in the lively culture of the Jarocho people in Veracruz and those around the River Papaloapan. Besides el Tilingo Lingo. la Bruja and El Aguanieve (El Zapateado), the focus is on the wedding dance, el son de La Bamba. In addition, the costumes are vividly described, along with ...…
 
Please note: from the prior post, you will notice that this episode with the interview actually is posted on another blog, since I had trouble getting access into this version of Blogger.com. The web link takes you to an embedded player, where you have the click-to-play option. However, if you wish to download the mp3 file for this episode to y ...…
 
In this episode, Federico Castaneda interviews Jose Hernandez, the director-creator of El Mariachi Sol de Mexico (R), and the discussion includes not only folklorico dancing and the accompaniment of mariachis with the performers, but also touches upon the topics of the musical genres of Mexican music, artists and directions & trends. Impressive ...…
 
This episode of Arriba! Folklorico Music and Dance of Mexico describes the wonderful evening at the Paramount Theatre in downtown Austin, Texas, with the first annual gala event called NOCHE DE MARIACHI. This was not a "battle of the bands." Rather, it was a community of mariachi bands in and near the Austin area for a celebration of the mariac ...…
 
This episode describes the wonderful evening at the Paramount Theatre in Austin, Texas, with the first annual gala event called NOCHE DE MARIACHI.This was not a "battle of the bands." Rather, it was a community of mariachi bands in and near the Austin area for a celebration of the mariachis in central Texas.The quality mariachis that were featu ...…
 
In this episode of Arriba! Folklorico Music and Dance of Mexico, we explore the region of Yucatan -- home of the descendants of the Idyllic indigenous peoples known as the Mayas, and center for the folklorico dance known as the Jarana. In this episode, we explore the beginnings of the big Brass Band, called the Banda Yucateca, and we review the ...…
 
In this episode of Arriba! Folklorico Music and Dance of Mexico, we explore the region of Yucatan -- home of the descendants of the Idyllic indigenous peoples known as the Mayas, and center for the folklorico dance known as the Jarana.In this episode, we explore the beginnings of the big Brass Band, called the Banda Yucateca, and we review the ...…
 
In this epioside of Arriba! Folklorico Music and Dance of Mexico, we deliver a 4-minute promo podcast episode IN SPANISH to promote the upcoming event called a "Podcamp." Yes, it is that time of year again. The second annual Podcamp (or Podcast unconference) will be held in San Antonio, Texas, on May 3, 2008. We will represent this podcast seri ...…
 
In this episode of Arriba! Folklorico Music and Dance of Mexico, we go further into the discussion of the grenres of the Romantic music of the Golden Age of Mexican Music during the 1950s and 1960s with the troubador group called Show Janitzio.The interview is conducted live at Estela's Restaurant in San Antonio, Texas. The musical piece A LA M ...…
 
Danza de los Machetes or El Jarabe Nayarita. In this episode of Arriba! Folklorico Music and Dance of Mexico, Nayarit is a state that is rather small in size, when compared to its neighbors (like Jalisco), which stretches from the Pacific Ocean to the footsteps of the Central Plateau (el altiplanicie). The people of the region are vibrant, dyna ...…
 
In this episode of Arriba! Folklorico Music and Dance Of Mexico, we have an interview with the 4 musicians that comprise SHOW JANITZIO, a musical troubador group that specializes in the romantic ballads of the Golden Age of Mexican Music in the 1950's and 1960's.However, this trio and quartet also show their flexibility by being able to play an ...…
 
The dynamic music of Nayarit, including the Danza de los Machetes or El Jarabe Nayarita.This is the more popular dance of this region.The men wear black boots and calzones de manta (that is, the beige colored trousers), with a brightly colored shirt (in some groups, a camisa de manta, or shirt of the same fabric, is worn). The men use scarves o ...…
 
This episode takes you to the beautiful tropical paradise of Chiapas, the southernmost state of Mexico, bordering on the Central American nations.We describe the costume and the dances of the Chamula tribe, especially the songs of El Jibali (the wild boar), El Rascapetate and Las Chiapanecas. We also mention the music from the instrument of the ...…
 
Indigenous folkloric dances--the Aztecs, Mayas and Yaquis.Imagine it to be the late 15the Century or early 16th Centruy -- a time before the year 1519, before the arrival of the Spaniards to Mexico. It is a cool and breezy afternoon in the central highland plateau of Mexico.It is possibly the afternoon of the equinox, a religious feast day of t ...…
 
Mariachi music from a key Director, composer, author and singer.Interview with Jose Hernandez, Director of the Mariachi Sol de Mexico and owner of the Restaurant Cielito Lindo in Southern California. During the conversation, folklorico dance and the mariachi music are discussed -- origins, personalities, impact by Sol de Mexico, and the future ...…
 
Promo podcast and an introduction to Jalisco and Jarabe Tapatio.This is a promo podcast for the series Arriba! Folklorico music and dance of Mexico. In addition, we explore the origins of the Jarabe Tapatio, one of the most well-known folkloric dances of Mexico.
 
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